Frequently asked questions

Arttha5G is an ORAN (open radio access networks) compliant 5G platform that enables companies to accelerate the development, integration, and deployment of O-RAN-compliant digital RF front-end solutions. Built on industry-leading chipsets, our solutions aim to create a smarter, safer, and more sustainable future, opening myriads of opportunities for businesses

Faster speed, ultra-reliable low latency, and better bandwidth are what make 5G different from 4G. 5G promises low latency under 5 milliseconds, while 4G latency ranges from 60 ms to 98 ms. 5G will also be able to handle more data at a time. 4G can handle about 1 GB per second, while 5G can handle up to 10 GB per second. Not only is 5G faster, but it is also more efficient with how it uses energy.

Industrial 5G is a wireless technology that enables businesses to connect and communicate with devices in a more efficient way. It has the potential to revolutionize the way businesses operate by providing faster speeds, lower latency, and more reliable connections. Industrial 5G can be used for a variety of applications such as connected factories, smart cities, and autonomous vehicles.

Private 5G networks are mobile networks that allow businesses to dedicate bandwidth for ultra-reliable low latency use cases such as robotics and industrial IoT. Private 5G networks offer several advantages over public mobile networks, including improved security, increased control over network resources, and the ability to tailor network performance to specific applications.

In 5G networks, ultra-reliable low latency communication (URLLC) is a service category that promises very high reliability and extremely low latency. This combination of features is designed to support new applications and use cases that require response times in the range of milliseconds or less, such as factory automation, remote surgery, and self-driving cars.

5g RU provides functions such as analog to digital conversion, filtering, and power amplification. With the use of massive multiple-input/multiple-output (MIMO), the RU is also equipped with a Beamforming algorithm, which helps to focus the energy on the desired direction and minimize interference.

Uplink and downlink are the two directions of data transmission in a 5G network. Uplink is from the user device to the 5G base station, while downlink is from the base station to the user device.

5G is said to be more cost and energy-efficient than its predecessors. The main reason for this is that 5G uses a higher frequency range which is less susceptible to interference. This means that fewer base stations are needed to provide coverage, which in turn reduces costs. In addition, 5G uses beamforming and other techniques to further reduce energy consumption.

Integrated small cells are low-power radio access nodes that can be deployed quickly and easily in a variety of locations to improve wireless coverage and capacity. They can be deployed indoors or outdoors, making them well-suited for a variety of applications, including providing coverage in hard-to-reach places, boosting capacity in busy areas, and enabling new services.